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Implementing various analytics tracking systems on your ecommerce and other websites can be complexed sometimes and may lead to false statistics. If you do decision making on the bases of these trackings and stats, they must be 100% accurate.

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  • Track form submissions.

  • Track phone number clicks.

  • E-commerce tracking.

  • Track video playing.

  • Track Purchase.

  • Track Add to Cart.

  • Track Add to Wish list.

  • Track custom page.

  • Track time on page.

  • Track time on page.

  • Google Analytics 

  • Facebook Pixel

  • LinkedIn Pixel

  • Adobe Analytics

  • Bing Analytics

  • Twitter Analytics

  • Hotjar

  • Mixpanel 

  • Matomo

  • StatCounter

Track Conversation Events for
best ROI / ROMI / LTV

Facebook Pixel Conversions

Improve and optimise your ROI in facebook ads by tracking all possible events from your visitors. Setting up Pixels and Tracking of each custom events is seamless and easy without any custom coding.

  • AddToCart

  • Purchase

  • AddToWishlist

  • CompleteRegistration

  • Post Ordering, Specific Exclude Options

  • Offset Posts & Maximum Posts to Display Options

Google Analytics 4

Wanted to Track all conversations of website visitors by setting up, Separate Custom Event Names? You can use this widgets to setup Google Analytics Tracking easily without writing a single code. You just need to use Plus Extras Options to add custom Event Values in each widget.

  • Event Name
  • Event Category

  • Goals Tracking

  • Conversion Tracking

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Google Tag Manager

Custom event tracking is probably one of the most useful features of Google Analytics. It helps you figure out how your users behave on your site. Sure, you can easily go to page views in your GA to see what pages the users visited and how much time they spent on it but wouldn’t you like to know how they interact with those pages?

  • Step 1: Finding what to track
  • Step 2: Google Tag Manager Variables

  • Step 3: Trigger & Tag Setup in Google Tag Manager

  • Step 4: Debugging Google Tag Manager Tags & Triggers

  • Step 5: Checking events in Google Analytics

  • Step 6: Confirming GA Events

  • Step 7: Setting New and Updating Existing Goals in Google Analytics

  • Step 8: Testing & Disabling Old Goals